Building A New House
Oct 03, 2020 11:15 pm
I don’t have any drainage points at the backyard from the builder. And got flooding issue when it is raining.
And now I am about to start doing my landscaping . For new drainage points connect to the existing storm water job, is it better done by plumber or done by landscaper as a whole lot when doing landscaping?
Just concerned if landscaper won’t do the proper job. But my site got extra clay need to remove first and then for plumber do do hand digging might be very expensive? The problem is the access is quite narrow and machine can’t get in.
Very confused about the process to do the job and from the cost perspective how to do it can minimise the cost.
Option 1: find casual handyman manual digging the dirt and leave the dirt on site. And then plumber put drainage. And then landscaping doing the landscaper
Option 2: let landscaper do everything . Digging, drainage and landscaping
I got the quote from landscaper is expensive, mainly because the manul excavation and drainage.
If someone can give me some advices, that would be very helpful
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